Jacob gets a little attitude with Mama's hair at around 40 seconds!
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Friday, November 27, 2009
Thursday, November 26, 2009
The three of us (four with Pili) went to Grammie and Papa's in Shrewsbury for dinner. Thanks mom for a great meal! Everything was perfect and we had an awesome time. The boys had fun playing. They really love each other... most of the time! We should be hungry again some time next week. I think I'll cook our turkey Friday. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanks Zach for the overall for Jacob. He has them on today. They are very cute but he won't be wearing them for long... they barely fit around his waist! The size on them MUST be wrong! :-)
I hope everyone has a wonderful day! I will post some pictures of our not so little turkey later today!
Monday, November 23, 2009
We had a good weekend. Friday was the last day of swimming lessons. He just loves the water. Then Ted's parents came over for dinner to celebrate his mom's birthday. Saturday we did a few errands in Rutland and then helped Ted with the deck railing (we were very helpful!). Sunday we went to my parents for the afternoon. We went for a nice walk and picked out a Christmas tree next door to my parents. Jacob had been great but something wasn't right when he woke up crying from his nap Sunday afternoon. I don't know what was wrong, but for the rest of the day I guess he didn't feel good. He seems fine today. We'll see when he wakes up.
I'm working again tomorrow, then not til next Tuesday! I'm going to have to get used to working five days per week because January is going to be here before I know it. I wish I didn't have to but I said I would, so I will. But I will also keep buying Powerball tickets! :-)
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
Now, what to do today?
Friday, November 13, 2009
Yesterday at school a blackhawk medic helicopter landed in honor of Veteran's Day. It was an incredible experience for everyone. The kids and adults were all so excited you could feel the energy! One of our 6th grade teachers whose son is the co-pilot of this brand new 18 million dollar aircraft organized the event. The guardsmen spoke with the students about dreaming big and making good choices in life. After we all got to look in the helicopter and ask questions about it. It weighs 17,000 pounds, can fly up to about 160 miles per hour, and carries 6 patients plus 4 crew members. I wish I could of gone for a ride!
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